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Thanks to our Property Rights Supporters, our early warning system has notified us of a major upcoming hearing:
Tuesday, July 16, 1p to 5p State House, Rm A-1
Bill text does not remain constant during the legislative process, but it is critical that owners, managers, brokers, and others in the real estate industry speak in favor of or in opposition to the various bills being heard.
Do you think it’s unfair that a renter can trash your apartment and live there rent free while the courts make you fix it? If so, then you need to speak in favor of rent escrow, which would close the free rent trick loophole.
Do you think it’s unfair that landlords have to pay for an attorney, even if we don’t want one, and through our real estate and income taxes, now we will have to pay for our renter’s attorney, as well? If so, then you need to speak against one version of right to counsel.
Do you think it’s unfair that bad tenants — indeed all tenants — will have their names expunged from the eviction record, such that landlords have no way to know whether the applicant before them was evicted, or for what reason, or how much they disrupted their previous community? If so, then you need to speak against eviction sealing.
Please note: CIC has several buildings in Kendall Square, two of them being adjacent to each other. The correct location for this event is the building with light colored concrete, vertical windows and a Dunkin Donuts on the ground level. You will NOT see a CIC sign. Refer to the image below.
Accessing from the T
Exit the Kendall T stop on Main St.
Cross to the side of Main St. with the Chipotle and walk up the street towards Broadway, passing the Chipotle on your left.
You will then round the corner to the left and One Broadway will be across the street diagonally.
Cross over Third St. and Broadway to arrive at One Broadway.
For all attendees Upon entering One Broadway, you will need to check in with the lobby security. You’ll just need to show your ID and let them know you’re going to the MassLandlords event and which floor.
Accessible by T and highway. Parking available in several garages for weekend rates. See CIC Directions for details. Pilgrim Parking has affordable rates and is a short walk from the venue, click here for details
Fresh bagels, large muffins, cinnamon rolls, coffee cake slices and scones with cream cheese, butter, and jam
Fresh fruit platter
Assorted fruit juices and coffee
Assorted gourmet sandwiches
Soda, juice, water
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Members: $195 (log in before you register or you will see the non-member price)
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Please note: this event is run by MassLandlords staff.
Find events by location, from west to east:
Pittsfield (RHABC): 3rd Tuesday
West Springfield (RHAGS): 2nd Thursday
Southbridge (SWCLA): 1st Monday
Worcester (WPOA): 2nd Wednesday
Fitchburg (NWCLA): 2nd Thursday
Marlborough (MWPOA): 2nd Tuesday
Waltham (CRRHA): 1st Wednesday
Cambridge: 3rd Tuesday
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